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What are Nevus (moles)?

Description of the disease

Nevi, or moles, are skin formations caused by the presence of congenital cells. They can vary in size and shape, and are usually brown or black in color.


  • Congenital moles
  • Acquired in life moles
  • Dysplastic moles


Usually, moles do not cause any discomfort, but if there is a change in color, size, or shape, as well as the appearance of itching or bleeding, it is advisable to consult a doctor.


The causes of moles can be genetic, exposure to ultraviolet radiation, hormonal changes, and other factors.


The diagnosis of moles is carried out by visual examination by a dermatologist, if necessary, biopsy or dermatoscopy may be prescribed.


Treatment of moles may include removal through surgical methods, cryodestruction, laser therapy, and other methods. In case of suspected malignant changes, surgery is necessary.


An important aspect of prevention is skin protection from ultraviolet radiation, regular examination by a dermatologist, and seeking medical attention in case of the aforementioned changes in moles.


Diagnostics, treatment, and prevention of moles are carried out by a dermatologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.